Neither Emmanuel Macron nor Marine Le Pen is from one of the two political movements that have dominated the country for decades.
Research suggests the effects aren’t straightforward.
The Paris attack, Arkansas’ first execution since 2005, and more from the United States and around the world.
Days ahead of a presidential election, a shooting could have far-reaching impact.
The network said its top-rated star will not be returning.
Being 21 percent ahead in the polls doesn’t hurt.
The Turkish president’s triumph was never in doubt, but his opponents turned out in large numbers.
An apparently failed test comes amid rising regional tensions.
The new American president emboldened far-right populists who are spooking Europe’s political establishment.
The military says it was to destroy tunnels used by ISIS, but the group’s presence is becoming marginal.
After military strikes, the next steps are likely to be diplomatic.
Russia condemned it while U.S. allies called it proportional.
The Trump administration targeted facilities belonging to President Bashar al-Assad, opening a new front in U.S. military operations.
It has targeted ISIS and other terrorist groups, not the Assad regime—though that might change soon.
In an about-face, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said of Bashar al-Assad: “It would seem there would be no role for him to govern the Syrian people.”
Despite an agreement reached years ago, chemicals have been used repeatedly on the country's battlefield.
“I’m going to promote the independence of Ohio and the exit of Texas” if the U.S. president continues to promote Brexit to other EU members, Jean-Claude Juncker said.
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The secretary of state said that the military option is on the table with Pyongyang, but talks are not.
A collection of Recep Tayyip Erdogan's limited range of insults